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Letnic et al. 2012 Top predators as biodiversity regulators: the dingo Canis lupus dingo as a case study

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Tozer et al. 2012 An Application of Plant Functional Types for Predicting Restoration Outcomes

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Przeslawski et al. 2012 Using rigorous selection criteria to investigate marine range shifts

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Keith and Tozer 2012 The influence of fire, herbivores and rainfall on vegetation dynamics in the mallee: a long term experiment

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Timms 2012 An appraisal of the diversity and distribution of large Branchiopods (Branchiopoda: Anostraca, Laevicaudata, Spinicaudata, Cyclestherida, Notostraca) in Australia

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Arthur et al. 2012 Breeding flow thresholds of colonial breeding waterbirds in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia

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Moir et al. 2012 A preliminary assessment of changes in plant-dwelling insects when threatened plants are translocated

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Fordham et al. 2012 Plant extinction risk under climate change: are forecast range shifts alone a good indicator of species vulnerability to global warming?

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Sainty et al. 2012 High saltmarsh

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Adam 2012 Introduction. Estuary plants and what's happening to them in South-East Australia

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Bino 2012 Using atlas data for large scale conservation strategies: a case study of NSW’s mammals

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Lindenmayer et al. 2012 Improving biodiversity monitoring

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Tulbure et al. 2012 Inventory and ventilation efficiency of nonnative and native Phragmites australis (Common Reed) in tidal wetlands of the Chesapeake Bay

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Bridgman et al. 2012 Australia, Climate and Lakes

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Timms 2012 Regionalization in metacommunities of aquatic invertebrates on granite outcrops in southern Western Australia

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Radford et al. 2012 An assessment of the taxonomic status of wild canids in south-eastern New South Wales: phenotypic variation in dingoes

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Ashcroft et al. 2012 Combining citizen science, bioclimatic envelope models and observed habitat preferences to determine the distribution of an inconspicuous, recently detected introduced bee (Halictus smaragdulus Vachal Hymenoptera: Halictidae) in Australia

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Keith and Tozer 2012 Vegetation dynamics in coastal heathlands of the Sydney Basin

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Timms 2012 Further studies on the fairy shrimp genus Branchinella (Crustacea: Anostraca: Thamnocephalidae) in Australia, with descriptions of five new species

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Moir et al. 2012 Considering extinction of dependent species during translocation, ex situ conservation, and assisted migration of threatened hosts

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Kingsford et al. 2012 National Waterbird Assessment

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Hay 2012 Climate Change Impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems edited by Martin Kernan , Richard W. Battarbee and Brian Moss

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Sainty et al. 2012 Low saltmarsh

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Adam 2012 Our own worst enemies?
Bowling et al. 2012 Evaluation of in situ fluorometry to determine cyanobacterial abundance in the Murray and Lower Darling Rivers, Australia

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Lindenmayer et al. 2012 Value of long-term ecological studies

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Tulbure et al. 2012 Climatic and genetic controls of yields of switchgrass, a model bioenergy species

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Campbell et al. 2012 Seed traits and seed bank longevity of wet sclerophyll forest shrubs

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Ralph et al. 2012 Sediment, organic matter and nutrient supply to an Australian floodplain wetland and implications for management

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Ashcroft et al. 2012 A simple post-hoc method to add spatial context to predictive species distribution models

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